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You need real grease, not the stuff you use on your right hand.

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would work if you had nothing els around and couldnt get grease, but then again, so would baccon fat...this gets me wondering, if you cook baccon, can you use the grease as pre-mix? mmm, baccon smelling exhuast.<drools>

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You can use it for rim grease, not the air filter either.

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would work if you had nothing els around and couldnt get grease, but then again, so would baccon fat...this gets me wondering, if you cook baccon, can you use the grease as pre-mix? mmm, baccon smelling exhuast.<drools>

I dont like the idea of using bacon fat on myself, Ive got a dog, Im going to jack this thread while we're on the vaseline topic, here is a link to a gio ad trying to compare their china gio 250 against a honda crf250r, Im now going to have a drink and then go stop a fan with my tongue.

http://www.giobikes.com/Dirt-Bikes-in-Canada/GIO-X37-250cc-Off-Road-Dirt-Bike-21-18-Water-Cool/

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I dont like the idea of using bacon fat on myself, Ive got a dog, Im going to jack this thread while we're on the vaseline topic, here is a link to a gio ad trying to compare their china gio 250 against a honda crf250r, Im now going to have a drink and then go stop a fan with my tongue.

http://www.giobikes.com/Dirt-Bikes-in-Canada/GIO-X37-250cc-Off-Road-Dirt-Bike-21-18-Water-Cool/

Stop the fan & get out a file; sharpen the blades real well, then turn the fan on real high & fast; then stick your tongue in it & see it won't cut it off because the blades are too sharp & going so fast that it causes a subspace distortion & the blades pass right thru without any damage.....try it !!!!

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I dont like the idea of using bacon fat on myself, Ive got a dog, Im going to jack this thread while we're on the vaseline topic, here is a link to a gio ad trying to compare their china gio 250 against a honda crf250r, Im now going to have a drink and then go stop a fan with my tongue.

http://www.giobikes.com/Dirt-Bikes-in-Canada/GIO-X37-250cc-Off-Road-Dirt-Bike-21-18-Water-Cool/

his results in slightly more power being output by the Honda, but also requiring higher octane (more expensive) gasoline and making it more difficult for the starter to turn over (tougher to start in the cold). The X37 puts out 18.5 kW of power at 7500 rpm - you'll feel this huge kick of power as soon as you hop on this bike! -giobikes.com

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